dismissal

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dismissal

the termination of an employee's employment with an organization due to unsatisfactory work performance or breach of CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT. The term firing is sometimes used to refer to dismissal. See UNFAIR DISMISSAL.
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[Cumberland Presbyterian] Society certainly is not, and how can we any more consistently grant a member a letter of dismission to join it, than to join a Masonic Lodge." (26) Unlike Howell's earlier, straightforward explanation on a similar case, Graves belittled other denominations as he put them beyond the pale of the true Christian church.
There is no truth to these rumours," Roque said, dismission reports that the President was taken to the Cardinal Santos Medical Centre in suburban San Juan City in an emergency situation after he delivered his State of the Nation Address (SONA) last Monday.
Specifically, the President is "at all times liable to impeachment, trial, dismission from office, incapacity to serve in any other, and to forfeiture of life and estate by subsequent prosecution in the common course of law."
Our dismission from duty, when our time had expired, was always verbal, as I believe, & my service was performed as a private.